I’ve spent more than half a decade immersed in creative projects of various kinds ranging from writing books to hosting a podcast, to… I’ve spent more than half a decade immersed in creative projects of various kinds ranging from writing books to hosting a podcast, to producing animated shorts and even live events. I’ve …
Hey it’s me again, my latest theme now a days is how to make money so we can do what we love. No sooner had I started thinking about this, the idea of making money with blogs came to my attention. I am learning so much so fast about this and I want to share …
So, I have been studying the tools out there that can catapult my blog to the top and allow me to make money quickly or relatively quickly. Actually, it’s not quickly I am interested in as much as knowing that if I put the work in, even if it’s a year, that that work will produce something.
Leo doing minimalist work. Photo courtesy of Norman Taruc. “It’s not the work which kills people, it’s the worry. It’s not the revolution that destroys machinery it’s the friction.” ~Henry Ward Beecher Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on twitter or identica. How much of your day is spent doing administrative tasks, and not …
Leo Babauta of Zen Habits and Eric Hamm of Motivate Thyself discuss their journey to making a living online. I am a big fan of using blogs to share your passion and purpose. Blogging can be a great way to earn some income while one tries to make it in the “real world” with their passion. Leo and Eric have some really good insights on how to do that successfully and what it really takes.
If you have something to share that is information based. Now you have no excuse. the Internet is the sharing highway because it really facilitates sharing in ways that mankind has never had before. And if you are wondering why sharing is so important please check out “The Economics of Love.” Whatever your gift is: be it writing, or film-making, music, cooking, teaching, painting, photography, if it is information based, than the Internet is for you. Gone are the days when the gatekeepers; the publishers, TV networks, movie studios, agents etc., controlled what you were allowed to share. Now the Internet is the information aggregator and we can bypass the gatekeepers.